Thanks to a fabulous donation, hockey lovers can help our local Hospice and have a chance to win what would be a brilliant Valentine’s Day gift.
Hospice North Hastings has been presented with a hockey gift pack for a second year that will be used once again for the Hospice Hockey Extravaganza Lottery. Only 100 tickets are being sold and the lottery prize includes two Gold seats at the Toronto Air Canada Centre to see the Leafs battle the Senators on March 5. The prize package also includes one night at the Toronto Westin Harbour Castle and a $100 Visa gift card.
With only 100 tickets being sold the odds of a win are far better than the Leafs’ chance of beating the Sens. But Leafs fans should not despair – with such amazing seats the team can hear you screaming, “do what Mike Babcock says!” And even if they don’t listen to you telling them to listen to Babcock, at least you helped Hospice.
All the funds raised from the lottery will go directly to supporting the free programs and services that Hospice North Hastings offers in the community.
“We are so excited to have this prize package donated again,” says Hospice coordinator Heather Brough. “Not only does it help us raise needed funds but for anyone who loves a hockey lover, this would be the perfect Valentine’s Day hat trick. You look good supporting the hockey player in your life, you get to support Hospice and if you win – you get a trip to Toronto!”
Tickets are now available at Hospice House for $100 each. The draw is being done live at the Catchy Jones show at the Village Playhouse on Feb. 18.